RELEASE REVIEW: THE RED by Tiffany Reisz

The Red marks international bestseller Tiffany Reisz’s return to the erotica shelves. Originally published as a limited edition hardcover for attendees of Shameless Book Con 2016, The Red—an erotic fantasy in the vein of Anne Rice’s Sleeping Beauty quartet—will finally being be available to the public this summer.

 The Red is the naughtiest, most explicit, sexually decadent book I’ve ever written,” Reisz says. “If you’ve read my other books, you know that’s saying something.”

The heroine, Mona Lisa St. James, makes a deathbed promise that she will do anything to save her mother’s art gallery, The Red. Just as she realizes she has no choice but to sell it, a handsome stranger makes her an offer: He will save The Red if she submits to him for the period of one year.

Reisz adds: “For years readers have been asking me to write The Red, a novel mentioned in the Original Sinners series written by my erotica-writing dominatrix Nora Sutherlin. Well, readers, be careful what you wish for.”

Amazon US: http://bit.ly/TheRedAmUS

Amazon UK: http://bit.ly/TheRedAmUK

Amazon CA: http://bit.ly/TheRedAmCA

Amazon AU: http://bit.ly/TheRedAmAU

iBooks: http://bit.ly/TheRediBooks

Nook: http://bit.ly/TheRedNook

Kobo: http://bit.ly/TheRedKobo

Blurb

Mona Lisa St. James made a deathbed promise that she would do anything to save her mother’s art gallery, The Red. Just as she realizes she has no choice but to sell it, a handsome stranger makes her an offer: He will save The Red if she submits to him for the period of one year. Surely her mother didn’t mean for Mona to sell herself. Then again, she did promise to do anything to save The Red…

Review

Mona Lisa St. James’ story is the epitome of erotic fantasy; it’s a novella that allows readers to suspend reality and delve into an environment that has elements of pain and pleasure and beauty and truth as well as acts of savagery and chivalry.

It’s a fitting world from the mind of Tiffany Reisz because it’s wickedly delicious and speaks to the nature of true sexual wantonness and only Reisz can write a story where there is a perverse enjoyment to be used like a whore, submitting and succumbing to a being who is both a man and the devil at the same time. And even though Mona questions her sanity, she is neither embarrassed nor ashamed because she’s fulfilling the promise to her dying mother and experiencing sexual pleasure that a fine lady like herself would never experience in her ‘real world’ because it’s meant to only exist in Malcolm’s self-created one – a place where she offers him carte blanche when it comes to the use of her body for his pleasure and wiles…a place where her wantonness and arousal is heightened and the idea of her body being bought for Malcolm’s personal use in any way he sees fit is not only acceptable but desired and ultimately needed.

The Red is an art studio that has limitless possibilities after Mona agrees to Malcolm’s unorthodox deal and as The Red becomes a sexual haven for this makeshift couple, it also proves to be an avenue where the “reality” of the backroom becomes a sanctuary to imitate works of art in all ways of debauchery, illustrating that Malcolm’s degenerate games have a bigger purpose than the one originally intended because once the true nature of who Malcolm is and the reasons behind his need to help to save Mona’s art studio are revealed, his games become a series of puzzle pieces that Mona has to put together and realize their true intent.

Mona and Malcolm are dynamic characters whose true natures are exposed and explored as their story continues and by the time readers reach the conclusion of The Red, they will understand what the endgame is for both characters and how what occurs has been set in motion much earlier than anyone would have recognized.

The Red showcases Reisz’s ability to transport her readers into a sexually charged fantastical setting – one where the taboo idea of being someone’s sexual slave…someone’s property is glorified instead of treated as a reprehensible idea. And as each piece of art is played out in all of its sinfully tantalizing glory, the fantasy becomes one perhaps readers would willingly submit to as well.

4 Poison Apples

Praise for The Red: An Erotic Fantasy

“Deliciously deviant… Akin to Anne Rice’s ‘Beauty’ series.” — Library Journal (Starred Review)

“Kinky, well-written, hot as hell.” — Little Red Reading Hood

“Tiffany Reisz at her best.” — Collector of Book Boyfriends

“Wonderfully erotic and passionate.” — Crazies R Us Book Blog

“Don’t expect lovey, dovey romance here. It’s pure filthy erotica – just the way I like it.” — Warhawke’s Vault

“This book needs to come with a fan, it’s so beyond HOT!!!” — Beauty and the Beastly Books

“You can’t quite believe what you’re reading.” — Lil Maso

“Not your average erotic fantasy story… [Leaves] you hot one moment, then raw the next.” — Texas Reader Stacy

“Filthy.” — Blogger Vivien Olvasókuckója

“I tossed sleep aside to finish it in a night… This book is worth it.”— No Pithy Phrase

“No holds barred.” — Sarah Tandy, A Woman and Her Books

“Raw, graphic, hardcore sexual fantasy that defies the realm of reality… I’ll never look at a piece of artwork the same way again…” — Cross My Heart Book Reviews

“A lovely bit of literary smut, full of art and sex and mystery.” — RITA Finalist Kira Gold

“Mysterious, scandalous, strange, and weirdly arousing.”— (un)Conventional Bookviews

“Unlike anything I’ve ever read before.” — A Reader Who Reads Blog

About Tiffany Reisz

Tiffany Reisz is the international bestselling author of the Original Sinners series for Mira Books and Mills & Boon, including the RT Book Reviews Best Erotic Romance 2012 winner The Siren and the LAMBDA Literary Award-winning The King. Her novel The Saint won the Romance Writers of America RITA® for best Erotic Romance in 2015.

Follow Tiffany on Social Media: Facebook • Twitter • Instagram

About 8th Circle Press

8th Circle Press is a Lexington, Kentucky-based publisher of literary friction. For more information, visit our website at www.8thCirclePress.com.

 

 

 

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